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      國家地理:Coffee: Beans to Buzz 星巴克的傳奇2010-12-04
      It's 3 friends with gourmet taste on a search for the perfect cup of coffee that help jump-start the whole specialty coffee revolution in the US. In 1971 after trying the coffee in cafés from Berkeley to Vancouver, Jerry Baldwin and his partners opened up their own little coffee bean shop in Seattle's Pike Place Market and they named it after the coffee drinking first mate in Moby Dick, Starbuck.
      國家地理:Reindeer Man圣誕老人和他的馴鹿2010-12-03
      You know they are really making me happy. It's a wonderful experience. You get to meet great people. And that's what it's all about.
      國家地理:Is It Real? Miracle Cures 靈丹妙藥2010-12-03
      When he is not on the road holding miracle crusades, he broadcasts to over 100,000 TV viewers a day.
      國家地理:Octopus Loses Arm 章魚逃命大法2010-12-02
      Here in the Timor Sea off northern Australia, take a look at a creature that seems to have the soul of a riverboat gambler. It moves through turf dominated by large hungry predators, and it fights these predators in a way that will astound you.
      國家地理:Gator in the Backyard 后院的不速之客2010-12-02
      The lady, she has two small dogs and she was worried because the alligator finds the back of her house and just gets up there and he sounds itself and lays out there. She tries to chase him off and he don't move, because he opens his mouth. So she's a little bit worried, which she has plenty of reasons to be.
      國家地理:The Real Roswell 羅斯維爾飛碟2010-11-30
      Jesse Marcel remains convinced that there was one thing in the debris that could only be extraterrestrial. He described small metal-like I-beams with hieroglyphic symbols.
      國家地理:World's Tallest Tree 樹之最2010-11-30
      Redwoods are the tallest living trees on the planet. And one of the best places to see them is northern California's Redwood National Forest.
      國家地理:Iraq's Guns for Hire 伊戰前線2010-11-29
      Back at the Armor Group compound, another team prepares for a different kind of mission. They'll travel low profile, trying to blend in with the Iraqis.
      國家地理:Is It Real? Life on Mars 火星生命2010-11-29
      Believe it or not, astrobiologist Penny Boston is searching for life on Mars by dropping deep into this heart of darkness. This is a lava tube, a subterranean cave formed by underground lava flows during volcanic eruptions that occurred thousands of years ago. And Boston has someone she wants us to meet.
      國家地理:Leather Tanner 最辛苦的職業:皮革鞣制2010-11-28
      This tannery is infamous as the foulest-smelling place in all of Fez, Morocco. Tanning hides may be dirty and smelly work, but somebody has to do it. Every day, 17-year-old Mousin must wind his way through the ancient alleyways of Fez. He is following in the footsteps of countless generations who have labored before him in this 600-year-old tannery.
      國家地理:Ultimate Shark 終極者—鯊魚2010-11-28
      What exactly is the power that drives nature's most famous jaws? In New Zealand, this great white shark drowned in a fisherman's net. And scientists Kara Yopak and Clinton Duffy are preparing an ultra-rare great white shark dissection.
      國家地理:Survive the Sahara 走險撒哈拉2010-11-26
      For centuries, nomads and traders have made their way here. George is determined to follow in their footsteps. There is a timelessness about this place. And desert ghosts seem to haunt the hills. But that's not the wail of lost souls echoing through the cliffs. George is drawn deeper and deeper into the canyon by the sound of bellowing camels.
      The warm glow of the summer morning settles on the slopes of western Colorado. But as the sun climbs higher, deep shadows shield the landscape that remains dark and forbidding.
      This is East Africa, the Great Rift Valley, a land in constant upheaval . The flamingos and baboons here at Lake Bogoria live in harmony.
      Here we are on the Serengeti Plain in Africa, where an ostrich has abandoned an egg and a hungry jackal means to make a meal out of it.
      Arava, the disabled tortoise is using her new set of wheels to get around in more ways than one. Keepers at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo say the 10-year-old Spurred Tortoise was fitted with custom wheels to overcome paralysis of her hind legs.
      Every week, more children arrive to work in the hundreds of primitive mines in the bush. Here they endure long hours at dangerous jobs, wringing flecks of gold from the dirt with mercury.
      Cambodia’s ancient temples at Angkor Wat are under threat from the large numbers of tourists who are now visiting the site. There are fears that ongoing damage to the temples’ soft stone may mean they could eventually be destroyed.
      Visitors at Egypt's Giza Pyramids on Saturday got a rare opportunity. They were able to catch a glimpse inside an underground chamber, just south of the Great Pyramid containing the pieces of an ancient funerary boat which many believed was intended to ferry the Pharaoh Khufu into the afterlife.
      In Australia, it’s not just livestock hit hard by draught, but the next generation of farmers. At 24, Robert Watt, a farmer from Alectown, a region of Australia, has had seven seasons on the farm, but not one year of profit. He says the draught, plus a sharp spike in farming costs, has left a generational hole on farms.
      巴勒斯坦西部城市,濱臨地中海。始建于腓尼基時期,羅馬帝國統治時期為巴勒斯坦 最重要的港口,并曾為首府。存有當時港市的遺跡如城墻、防波堤、劇場等。1940年成為猶太人居民點。現為一海濱休養地,建有旅館、別墅、劇場、高爾夫球場等。
      The European Space Agency’s deep space probe Rosetta transmitted high-resolution images of an asteroid millions of miles from Earth.
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